I recently dined at Epicurean Cafe for the first time ever, for a weekday lunch. It's probably more crowded on evenings or weekends, but I appreciated having no wait! The server and the host were both friendly and engaging. Seating is available both inside and outside. We ate inside. Our table was nicely set. I usually order water with lime. My friend ordered it with lemon. Our sever brought out a small plate with two lemon wedges and two lime wedges.I ordered a cup of the tomato bisque and the pear & kale salad. Both were phenomenal! Epicurean Cafe is a little on the pricey side, but my portions were a good size for the price. I demolished both the soup and the salad. My friend enjoyed the garbanzo bean salad.
Food and ambiance well worth the price. I visited this little hideaway about 6 weeks ago and was impressed with the setting...the day beds are a step closer to middle eatern style and comfortably enough to seats a family of 5. Currently revisited the restaurant and discovered they have a ballroom. Beautifully seats 250 ppl and the food was delicious ...chiken tika masala and paneer tikka masala very delicious. The kabab platter is filling and nihari was very authentic. Mutton biryaani ..."to die for" "I'm hooked if i may so!"